Author Archives: Marcos
Painted a utility box over Labor Day weekend for the city of San Leandro, CA. Special thanks to Athen B. Gallery for the project.
Photos of the opening night for my solo show Make it Count at Fifty 24 PDX (Upper Playground). Photos courtesy of @switchphotos
My solo show opens up April, 7 at Fifty24 (Upper Playground) Portland. More info here. “Make It Count” A solo show by Marcos LaFarga Bay area artist Marcos LaFarga ties together installation, typography, graphic design and photo realism to create … Continue reading
Recently painted a utility box on 11th and Broadway in Oakland, CA. Thanks to Athen B. Gallery for organizing and getting me involved.
I will be contributing my painting “Make Magic” to Ales for Autism on behalf of the folks at Calicraft Brewing at this years Art of Beer event in Sacramento, CA. I will be in attendance at the event. Click here for … Continue reading
I had the privilege to draw and contribute this past weekend to the annual Drawn Together charity event at Children’s Fairyland in Oakland. This event helps fund the parks art and restoration. Fairyland is one of Oaklands historic gems. Oakland … Continue reading
The Studio Work came by last month and did this really neat interview. Check it out here. Photo Courtesy of: Elise Morris
I recently had the pleasure of painting Xela Collective’s magical van (an old school Ford Econoline). They are traveling the country in efforts to raise money to help fund arts and youth programs in Xela, Guatemala. They are good folks with … Continue reading
My good friend Jake Watling had a really nice mural on Telegraph and 43rd in Oakland, CA. It unfortunately got tagged. Even more unfortunate, Jake got diagnosed with cancer and was going through chemo therapy at the time and could … Continue reading
Code for America commissioned me for some live painting during their summit conference at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Process shot by Preston Rhea